Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
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Here’s where you can watch Bethesda’s E3 2018 press conference tonight

Here’s where you can watch Bethesda’s E3 2018 press conference tonight

You can check out the game's short teaser trailer below.

Bethesda's sci-fi survival horror game Prey just received a free update, released on the same night as its announcement.

Bethesda announced the highly anticipated sequel to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim during its presentation Sunday at E3 2018, saving the brief but intriguing teaser for last. Even if the term "free-to-play" does make us fear the possibility of way too many in-app purchases. The game is scheduled for release in Spring 2019.

Blades provides a massive first-person RPG experience you can play on your phone during those "important meetings".

You can craft your own character and play as whoever you want to be.

While the HTC Vive was featured as part of the reveal video, it has not yet been confirmed what other VR platforms The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be available on.

It's official - The Elder Scrolls VI is happening, and it's being worked on RIGHT NOW. However, it would allow the next Elder Scrolls to launch in the middle of the next console generation, meaning that it could better take advantage of the power of those consoles. So work has definitely begun on TES 6, but we may not see any gameplay for a while.

That is a very long time to wait, and will put nearly 15 years between the launch of Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls 6. Skyrim was set in the titular region in the snowy north, while Oblivion was set in the central region of Cyrodiil. There will also be cross-play with the PC version of the game.

This is a completely new IP, described by Bethesda as a space epic.

Or, the game could be set in Valenwood, an area to the southwest that's the home to the Bosmer race of wood elves. Or maybe it will take place among the swampy backwaters of Black Marsh, which also has its fair share of coastal real estate. We haven't seen procedurally-created dungeons since The Elder Scrolls: Arena, the very first game in the series-a detail that Todd Howard himself mentioned.

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